Tips, Tricks and Traps

Brace yourself for a step-by-step, no-baloney, nose-to-the-grindstone presentation from top investors John Weary and Dale Hire at this month’s General Meeting.

Join your fellow REIN Members at Lipscomb University to learn:

  • What Seasoned Investors are Doing in Today’s Market
  • Tax and Financing Tips – smart ways to buy houses in this market, financing options for your investments, cash flow from real estate, and more
  • Why You Should Invest in Real Estate Again… the time IS right

For New Investors:

  • The Niche You Need to Master FIRST – Should you start with wholesaling?  Flipping?  None of the above?
  • How to Build a TEAM that Will Take You to Success (contractors, bird dogs, etc.)
  • What to Read, Who to Hang Out With, and How to Spend Your Time – to play in the big leagues you need to walk the walk
  • Where to Find a Mentor – and what to avoid
  • What Your First Year in Real Estate Should Look LikeMarch 2013

About the Speakers…

John Weary and Dale Hire began investing in Real Estate over 20 years ago. In addition to managing their own portfolios, John and Dale have done many deals and have conducted numerous classes for REIN Members about smart investment strategies.  Both are passionate about helping families and individuals achieve financial freedom using proven investment principles.

Monday, March 11th, 2013

(2nd Monday of every month)

Swang Business Center, Room 108
Lipscomb University
3901 Granny White Pike, Nashville, TN 37204
Members: FREE
Guests: Always welcome!  Register online at REINtn.org/calendar to save time.

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Dreaming of a 7 Figure Income in 2013?

Robyn is the nation’s leading trainer on buying properties at deep discounts, renovating them at lightning speed, and selling them quickly for huge chunks of cash.  She takes her business very seriously, and it is a fine-tuned machine.

Robyn has shared her knowledge with thousands of real estate investors. She is coming to back to REIN to teach her cutting edge business practices to help you increase your profits in today’s market for 90 minutes on Monday, January 14, 2013 and all day on Saturday, January 26, 2013.

Reserve your seat today at www.reintn.org/robyn!    <more>

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REINtn.org Rehabbed

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After three years of the old theme, REIN has rehabbed REINtn.org to a new theme.

This theme offers many opportunities & some of the features will roll out in the future.

For now the main site should work better on smartphones & tablets.

More is in the works.

Here are some of the past Website Designs:

Cops show up at November 12 meeting

Crime and Punishment.  Breaking & Entering.  Meth, Mayhem and Misdemeanors.  Get it all when the cops show up at REIN’s November General Meeting!

Sergeant Taylor Schmitz of the Metro Nashville Police Department brings 10 years of stories and sage advice to REIN’s General Meeting on Monday, November 12th, 2012.   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Learn what you need to know to keep you and your stuff safe, and get the facts and fiction from the local 5-0:

-          Gang and drug dealer indicators – and when it’s just kids with mischief on their minds

-          How to keep your tools and appliances from walking off – and who is likely stealing them

-          Protecting your job site and those on it

-          Protecting your family at home and in public

-          Why a dog really is your best friend

-          The 4 Ds of Crime Prevention

-          How you can help the cops use 74-CRIME to easily catch bad guys

-          The one thing you can do to reduce your chances of car theft by 49%

Sgt. Schmitz got roaring applause after his recent presentation to a local Homeowner’s Association.  You will enjoy his humor and his message during this interactive and educational meeting.  Join us Monday and bring a friend.

 

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Neighborhoods Get Hands-On Help to Save Energy

Have you ever wondered how to weather-strip and seal an exterior door, or how to caulk around windows and baseboards? It sounds simple enough, but walking into a home improvement store to get supplies can be overwhelming.

That’s why Nashville Electric Service (NES) is heading out into the community to engage customers by teaching easy, energy-efficiency improvements that anyone can do at home.

NES will host its first of several Neighborhood Energy Savers workshops to help customers proactively lower their energy usage. Meet your neighbors. Save money. Win-win, right?

When:  Saturday, Oct. 27, from 1:30 p.m. to 3 p.m.

Where: Johnson School
1200 2nd Avenue South
Nashville, TN 37210.

Participants will receive a free energy-saving toolkit, including caulk, expandable foam, low-flow aerators and showerhead, CFLs, weather-stripping, and water heater pipe insulation, as well as an action plan for saving money. And, the best part is, you can get your hands dirty and try out all of the techniques before putting them into practice.

“We want to show customers how easy it can be to save energy by completing a few simple steps around their home,” said Sara Elliot, NES Energy Services Engineering Supervisor. “Armed with the knowledge and necessary tools to make small changes, we hope to empower neighbors to make their neighborhoods more energy efficient.”

For more information regarding future workshops, visit nespower.com.